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Marston Moretaine Index of Pages

The following pages are designed to give a brief history of some aspects of the community of Marston Moretaine and are a work in progress. If you would like to carry out research and contribute to this site we would be delighted to hear from you. 


The Parish of Marston Moretaine in General

Upper and Lower Shelton

Maps of Marston Moretaine

The Devil in Marston Moretaine

Millbrook Station

Early History

Iron Age Marston

Romano-British Marston

Medieval Marston

Anglo-Saxon Marston

Marston Moretaine in 1086

John of Marston and an unusual marriage

Wroxhill Custumal of 1253


Marston Manor

Beancroft Manor

Mangehoo Manor

Pillinge Manor

Wroxhill Manor


Captain Thomas Moore

Thomas Snagge

The Established Church

Marston Moretaine Church Architecture

Marston Moretaine Church Repairs and Alterations

The Marston Doom Painting

The Rood Screen in Marston Church

List of Marston Moretaine Rectors

Marston Moretaine Rectory

Wroxhill Church


Primitive Methodists in Marston Moretaine (Bedford Road)

Wesleyan Methodists in Marston Moretaine (Lower Shelton Road)


Marston Moreteyne School

Marston Moreteyne School Logbook 1863-1902

Interesting Buildings

Lower Roxhill Farm

Lower Wood End Farm

Roxhill Manor Farm

South Pillinge Farm

Beancroft Road

Beancroft Farm

Charity Farm

The Green

The Old Rectory

Woburn Road

Moreteyne Manor (formerly Moat Farm)

Licensed Premises

The Bell Public House, 2 Bedford Road

Jumps Inn, Station Road

Morteyne Arms, Station Lane, Millbrook

Queen's Head, Church End

Rose & Crown Public House, Caulcott

Sugar Loaf Public House, Roxhill

The Three Horse Shoes Public House, Caulcott